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More Sibel Edmonds

For those who have not yet overdosed on the Sibel Edmonds saga, here is a link to an interview I gave yesterday on antiwar radio with Scott Horton and Joe Lauria.  Joe Lauria was co-author of the three articles on Edmonds that appeared last year in The Sunday Times of London.  Horton moderated.  I become a little emotional towards the end but rumors that I called for hanging the scoundrels from the yardarm are not correct.  Link:  http://antiwar.com/radio/2009/09/22/philip-giraldi-joe-lauria/ [1] 

 

 

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#1 Comment By Steve Hogan On September 23, 2009 @ 12:37 pm

You’re to be congratulated for summarizing a very complex set of issues into something easy to understand. Kudos.

As for Ms. Edmonds, she is one brave woman standing tall against a gang of treasonous bastards. She might want to watch her back.

What kind of person would be willing to sell America down the river for personal power and riches? It’s appalling how thoroughly corrupt our “public servants” really are.

Hanging them from the yardarm is far too gentle. Tar and feather?

#2 Comment By George G Jones On September 23, 2009 @ 4:06 pm

would you please start giving credit for sherman h skolnick for helping keep these stories alive as well since he is no longer with us?

#3 Comment By Philip Giraldi On September 24, 2009 @ 4:20 am

I did another article on this for antiwar that appeared today. It doesn’t add much new for TAC readers but it is part of an effort to get this story out so that someone in the MSM and in Congress pays attention. I note that Ron Paul has picked up the interview on his website. [2]

#4 Comment By Adam Rurik On September 24, 2009 @ 9:22 am

Sadly, I am doubtful that the MSM will give this story the play it deserves, for reasons which I, and other of Pat Buchanan’s followers over the years, know only too well.

#5 Comment By jda On September 24, 2009 @ 2:33 pm

Isn’t Bruce Fein an ally of Ron Paul?